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START QUIZ
Directions (1 –5):   Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions.
Five people U, V, W, X, and Y during this lockdown period bought five different fruits i.e. Apple, Kiwi, Papaya, Grapes and Oranges in different quantities i.e. 2 kg, 5 kg, 11 kg, 14kg, and 19 kg but not necessarily in the same order. V did not buy Kiwi. Y bought the Apples in the quantity which is an odd number. W bought the fruits in less quantity than X. Grapes are bought in the even-numbered quantity. The total quantity bought by U and X is equal to the quantity that V bought. X bought the Oranges but in the even-numbered quantity.
1. Papaya is bought in which of the following quantities?
A. 19 kg
B. 2 kg
C. 11 kg
D. 14 kg
E. None of these
2. Which of the following fruits were bought in the least quantity?
A. Apples
B. Kiwi
C. Oranges
D. Grapes
E. None of these
3. If Q bought 7 kg more quantity of fruits than V and Y together, then how much quantity of fruits bought by Q?
A. 37 kg
B. 42 kg
C. 33 kg
D. 40 kg
E. None of these
4. Who bought the Kiwis?
A. The one, who bought 3 kg more quantity than Y
B. W
C. The one, who bought 5 kg fruits
D. V
E. None of these
5. Find the correct statement.
A. X bought more quantity of fruits than V
B. Y bought more quantity of fruits than W
C. X bought 2 kg fruits
D. U bought the Grapes
E. None is correct
Solution-

Directions (6-8):   Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions.
P is the wife of Q. Q is the father of only R and S. S is the son in law of T. T has only two children U and V. V is the daughter in law of W. U is the aunt of X. X is the daughter of Y. R is unmarried.
6. How is Q related to U?
A. Mother in law
B. Father
C. Father in law
D. None of the above
E. Cannot be determined.
7. How is X related to W?
A. Son in law
B. Daughter
C. Grand Daughter
D. Son
E. None of the above
8. How is Y related to T?
A. Son
B. Daughter
C. Daughter in law
D. Son in law
E. None of the above
Solution-

Directions (9-10):  Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions.
From point G, Bhawna walks 5m towards east to reach point P which is towards south of point B. Rajeev walks 6m towards west from point A, then he takes a right and left turn consecutively and walks 7m and 8m respectively to reach point B. Madhu walks 4m towards north from point D, then he takes a right turn and walks 5m to reach point E which is towards north of point P. Amit walks 9m towards west from point C. Then, he takes right turn and walks 7m to reach point G.
9. What is the shortest distance between Rajeev’s initial point and Point B ?
A. 392 m
B.
C.
D. 192m
E. None of these
10. What is the shortest distance between Bhawna’s initial point and Point D ?
A. 6m
B. 7m
C. 10m
D. 12m
E. 8m
Solution-